Archive - from 2019 - Namibian Sun Pages 27

December 2019

360 articles

November 2019

551 articles

October 2019

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September 2019

586 articles

August 2019

678 articles

July 2019

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June 2019

506 articles

May 2019

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April 2019

698 articles

March 2019

615 articles

February 2019

619 articles

January 2019

583 articles

Emerging nations will take longer...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Economics

Helen Reid - In the race to outpace developed economies, emerging countries such as China, India, and Brazil suffered a setback this year and will...

Rains greet the New Year

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Weather

JANA-MARI SMITHWidespread rains and a dip in temperatures marked the last days of 2018 in many parts of the country and there are high hopes...

Year of accountability – Geingob...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Government

JEMIMA BEUKES President Hage Geingob left the nation baffled when he declared 2019 the year of accountability after...

Lab-grown diamond prices slide as...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Business

Eric Onstad and Barbara Lewis - Since De Beers abandoned its decades-old policy of refusing to sell lab-grown diamonds as jewellery, the price gap between...

Air Namibia gets new board

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Local News

Air Namibia on Thursday appointed six new board members who will serve for a three-year term.The new board members are Escher Luanda, Heritha Nankole Muyoba,...

Chaos during kabeljou run

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Ministries

This year's so-called kabeljou run has begun significantly earlier than usual and has caused chaos among surf anglers. Large numbers of kabeljou (kob) have been...

At 20, euro is currency...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Economics

Jean-Philippe Lacour - The euro turned 20 yesterday, marking two tumultuous decades that saw the single currency survive a make-or-break crisis and become a fixture...

DR Congo's miners cast watchful...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Economics

Caroline Thirion - From small-scale diggers eking out their existence to corporations exposed to the market fluctuations of cobalt and legal reforms, DR Congo's massively...

Unproductive debt of N$16b

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Economics

Namibians are increasingly relying on credit cards and personal loans and by the end of November 2018 this debt totalled N$6.3 billion.That is almost N$1.3...

Oranjemund to open first market

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Local News

The town of Oranjemund is pulling out all the stops to attract businesses and tourists.This follows years of isolation from the rest of Namibia when...

First graphite plant commissioned

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Business

Namibia's first graphite processing plant was recently commissioned by Next Graphite. The plant was constructed between December 2017 and March 2018.The plant quickly achieved optimisation,...

PDM ya tokola okufala kompangu...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Politics

Momasiku 15 gaFebruali nuumvo, ongundu yoPopular Democratic Movement (PDM) otayi ka pula Ompangu yoPombanda opo yi kaleke oompangela dheyambulepo adhihe moofalama ne ndhoka tadhi hiilwa...

Seidler shines

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Sports

Philip Seidler (20) has won the 12th edition of the Otb Pupkewitz Jetty Mile for the sixth consecutive year. Seidler completed the 1.85-kilometre open-water swim,...

Kante growing into new role...

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Sports

N'Golo Kante insists he is finally growing into his new role in Chelsea's midfield as the France star prepares for Wednesday's clash with Southampton.Kante earned...

Stars relish Casablanca draw

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Sports

Former African Stars captain Pat-Navin Uanivi says his team is ready to face Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca in the Confederations of African Football (CAF) Confederation...

Steenkamp duo crowned Vasbyt kings

1 year - 02 January 2019 | Sports

Vasbyt 4x4 driver and navigator duo Floris Steenkamp Snr and Floris Steenkamp Jnr with the mean machine 'Bobjaan' emerged as the overall winners of another...

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